IPIP equivalent to California Psychological Inventory, CPI
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These are your results from the IPIP equivalent to California Psychological Inventory.
• Scores here are reported as percentage of maximum possible score. So they can not be directly compared to norms from other sources.
• These scores will only correlate with the scores you would actually obtain if you took a real CPI, and are probably much less valid.
Cluster I: Interpersonal style and orientation
Dominance (Do). Leadership, confidence assertiveness, persuasiveness.
Capability for status (Cs). Current status and predictors of future status, e. g. ambition, self confidence, drive to succeed.
Sociability (sy). Enjoyment of interacting with people, range of interests, introversion/extraversion.
Social presence (Sp). Self-assurance, assertiveness, poise and spontaneity in social situations.
Self-acceptance (Sa). Personal worth, independent thinking and action, confidence.
Independence (In). Self-assurance, self sufficiency, reliance on own initiative, evaluation and direction.
Empathy (Em). Understanding of others feelings and attitudes, insight.
Cluster II: Normative orientation and values
Responsibility (Re). Dependability, conscientiousness, reliability.
Socialization (So). Delinquency, acceptance and following of rules and social norms.
Self control (Sc). Self-directed behaviour, impulsivity, self discipline, self-control.
Good impression (Gi). Creating a favourable impression, helpfulness; a validity scale for "faking good".
Commonality (Cm). Fitting in, similarity to average; a validity scale to detect random responding (missing in IPIP version).
Wellbeing (Wb). Perception of current health and psychological adjustment; a validity scale to detect those "faking bad" in terms of their wellbeing.
Tolerance (To). Acceptance of others beliefs or values, social tolerance, rigidity and openness.
Cluster III: Cognitive and intellectual functioning
Achievement via conformance (Ac). Orientation to achievement, need for explicit goals and criteria, conformity.
Achievement via independence (Ai). Orientation to achievement, creativity, independence of thought, work from own initiative.
Intellectual efficiency (Ie). Intellectual ability, making use of own ability, organization.
Cluster IV: Role and personal style
Psychological mindedness (Py). Perception and insight with regard to others, concentration, enjoyment of occupation.
Flexibility (Fx). Adaptability and flexibility in behaviour, temperament and thinking.
Feminity/Masculinity (Fm). Assess beliefs which are traditionally masculine or feminine e. g. sensitivity, reaction to criticism.
Externality/internality (V1). Continuum from involvement participation and extraversion to detachment, privacy and introversion.
Norm doubting/norm favouring (V2). Continuum from conscientiousness, rule respecting to unconventional and changeable.
Ego integration/self-realization (V3). How positively people evaluate themselves as having achieved their potential.
Special purpose scales
Managerial potential (Mp). Identifies those with flair for supervisory roles.
Work orientation (Wo). Identifies a strong work ethic, dedication to work.
Creative temperament (Ct). Identifies those who are unconventional, with creative and artistic potential.
Leadership (Lp). Identifies those who have good leadership skills, e. g. enterprising, energetic, resourceful.
Amicability (Ami). Identifies those who are friendly and considerate, e. g. dependable, warm, compassionate.
Law enforcement orientation (Leo). Identifies those who are favourable about societal rules and laws and would be successful in the law enforcement field, e. g. stable, optimistic, ambitious, direct, honest.
Tough-mindedness (Tm). Assesses emotionality, objectivity, rationality and confidence.
Baucom's unipolar scale for masculinity (B-MS). Identifies those with typically masculine attributes, e. g. self confidence and aggression.
Baucom's unipolar scale for femininity (B-FM). Identifies those with typically feminine attributes e. g. gentleness, patience, sincerity.
Narcissism (Nar). Exaggerated self-esteem, inflated sense of worth, self-centred.
Dickens scale for social desirability (D-SD). For research to study socially desirable responding, not recommended for interpretation of individual profiles.
Dickens scale for acquiescence (D-AC). For research to study acquiescent responding, not recommended for interpretation of individual profiles (missing in IPIP version).
Anxiety (Anx). Nervousness, tension and evasion (missing in IPIP version).
- Multi-Construct IPIP Inventories // ipip.ori.org
- G. J. Boyle, G. Matthews, D. H. Saklofske (ed.) The SAGE Handbook of Personality Theory and Assessment // SAGE, 2008